Cinderella relies on a Chevrolet to carry her home by midnight through obstacles and storms.
CARTOON: "CINDERELLA STAYS AT THE PRINCE'S BALL SO LATE THAT SHE CANNOT BE HOME BEFORE THE STROKE OF TWELVE. BUT THERE IS ONE WAY LEFT, HER COACH, A COACH THAT PROTECTS HER FROM THE STORMS & FROM THE ROUGHNESS OF THE ROAD."
October 21, 2012 Subject:
Fun Lil Film
The prince just wanted Cinderella for her car! Enjoyed the gnome, his grasshopper mount and the saucy switchboard operator. Great work by J. Handy and good ol' Chevy. Nice to see a non-Disney take on this character/
October 23, 2010 Subject:
Cute 1930's catoon made for Chevy.
Clever cartoon that was entertaing & funny, cleverly pushing the attributes of the Chevrolet auto.
February 1, 2009 Subject:
MY 4TH REVIEW OF THIS FILM
IT'S WONDERFUL. I LOVE IT. THANKS RICK.
October 16, 2008 Subject:
This film rules!!
Jam Handy fun for the whole family!!
Really, this is a advertising film that kids could enjoy, thanks to it's bright colours and fast-pacing. Adults can enjoy it too. 5/5!
April 22, 2008 Subject:
Charming Old Cartoon
Jam Handy made many great films, and this is one of them. Great Animation, Great Colour, Great Everything!
Please Rick, Upload More Jam Handy!
September 27, 2006 Subject:
i love this cartoon. It's very enjoyable. If you like classic cartoons, you will like this cartoon.
June 19, 2004 Subject:
This is more like it!
"Wha... that's it?!" I exclaimed after watching "A Coach for Cinderella", my hands curled into fists of rage. What about the ball? The Stepsisters? And will the head dwarf ever fall in love with his noble steed? Fortunately for everyone, these burning questions are answered here, and the gags are much better as a special bonus. Cinderella (sporting an improved character design and a different gown) falls in love with the vaguely metrosexual Prince, but she must flee before the stroke of midnight or else... well... actually, she never loses the dress or her car, even after dawn, so I'm not entirely sure. In a departure from the classic folk tale, the Stepsisters enlist a hilariously self-loathing Wicked Witch to summon a batch of Evil Ghost Walruses to stop Cinderella's escape. The Chief Gnome ("We love everything! Except that.") resorts to prayer to save the day, but not even religion can beat the power of a BRAND NEW CHEVROLET! Great for dowries too! I kinda doubt a real Chevy could withstand a direct hit from a falling tree without so much as a loss in speed, but that's advertising for ya! Keep your eye on what the harp player is plucking for the best gag. Nice special effects too.
April 28, 2004 Subject:
As Jim stated, this IS the sequel, no doubt about it, to "A coach to Cinderella".. and you know what? I really enjoyed this one more. A lot more interested characters (including an amazingly scary witch), a funny story and some remarkable animation. Almost all the characters from Coach are here.. while I didn't really like them the first time out, this was very enjoyable.. And highly reccomended!
October 31, 2002 Subject:
Sequel to "A Coach for Cinderella?
It appears obvious, though not listed as such.
That "A Ride for Cinderella" is the conclusion to "A Coach for Cinderella."
And, both are of excellent quality for it's time and even by todays standards.
Details down to reflections in the water, background, great variety fo back up characters,shadows, the given appearance of lighting,consistancy in background and coloring, all well done.
It's a rare occurence that such detail is put in. Or so much variety. Jimbtx